Mohd Hairul Nizam Md Nasir
Mohd Hairul Nizam Md Nasir
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Critical success factors for software projects: A comparative study
MHN Nasir, S Sahibuddin
Scientific Research and Essays 6 (10), 2174-2186, 2011
2422011
The users perceptions and opportunities in Malaysia in introducing RFID system for Halal food tracking
NA Anir, MNMH Nizam, A Masliyana
WSEAS Transactions on information science and applications 5 (5), 843-852, 2008
732008
Potential of radial basis function-based support vector regression for apple disease detection
E Omrani, B Khoshnevisan, S Shamshirband, H Saboohi, NB Anuar, ...
Measurement 55, 512-519, 2014
632014
Impact analysis and change propagation in service-oriented enterprises: A systematic review
KA Alam, R Ahmad, A Akhunzada, MHNM Nasir, SU Khan
Information Systems 54, 43-73, 2015
552015
Predicting determinants of hotel success and development using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM)-ANFIS method
E Yadegaridehkordi, M Nilashi, MHNBM Nasir, O Ibrahim
Tourism Management 66, 364-386, 2018
462018
Using the gravitational emulation local search algorithm to solve the multi-objective flexible dynamic job shop scheduling problem in Small and Medium Enterprises
AAR Hosseinabadi, H Siar, S Shamshirband, M Shojafar, MHNM Nasir
Annals of Operations Research 229 (1), 451-474, 2015
462015
The use of mobile phones by elderly: A study in Malaysia perspectives
M Nasir, H Hassan, N Jomhari
Journal of Social Sciences 4 (2), 123-127, 2008
442008
Resistance factors in the implementation of software process improvement project
MHNM Nasir, R Ahmad, NH Hassan
2008 International Symposium on Information Technology 4, 1-10, 2008
432008
Resistance Factors in the Implementation of Software Process Improvement Project in Malaysia
MHNM Nasir, R Ahmad, NH Hassan
Journal of Computer Science 4 (3), 211-219, 2008
43*2008
The use of mobile phones by older adults: a Malaysian study
H Hassan, MHN Md Nasir
ACM SIGACCESS Accessibility and Computing, 11-16, 2008
402008
An RFID-based validation system for halal food.
M Nasir, A Norman, S Fauzi, M Azmi
Int. Arab J. Inf. Technol. 8 (2), 204-211, 2011
392011
RFID tag for Halal food tracking in Malaysia: users perceptions and opportunities
NA Anir, M Nizam, A Masliyana
WSEAS International Conference. Proceedings. Mathematics and Computers iná…, 2008
322008
Software SMEs’ unofficial readiness for CMMI«-based software process improvement
J Iqbal, RB Ahmad, MHNM Nasir, M Niazi, S Shamshirband, MA Noor
Software Quality Journal 24 (4), 997-1023, 2016
282016
Addressing a critical success factor for software projects: A multi-round Delphi study of TSP
MHNM Nasir, S Sahibuddin
International Journal of Physical Sciences 6 (5), 1213-1232, 2011
272011
Predicting the adoption of cloud-based technology using fuzzy analytic hierarchy process and structural equation modelling approaches
E Yadegaridehkordi, MHNBM Nasir, NFBM Noor, L Shuib, N Badie
Applied Soft Computing 66, 77-89, 2018
212018
An empirical study of barriers in the implementation of software process improvement project in Malaysia
M Nasir, R Ahmad, NH Hassan
Journal of Applied Sciences 8 (23), 4362-4368, 2008
212008
Consumer acceptance of RFID-enabled services in validating halal status
AA Norman, MHNM Nasir, SSM Fauzi, M Azmi
2009 9th International Symposium on Communications and Informationá…, 2009
182009
Automating a modified personal software process
MHNM Nasir, AM Yusof
Malaysian Journal of Computer Science 18 (2), 11-27, 2005
182005
Support vector regression methodology for prediction of output energy in rice production
M Yousefi, B Khoshnevisan, S Shamshirband, S Motamedi, MHNM Nasir, ...
Stochastic environmental research and risk assessment 29 (8), 2115-2126, 2015
172015
RETRACTED ARTICLE: OSGA: genetic-based open-shop scheduling with consideration of machine maintenance in small and medium enterprises
S Shamshirband, M Shojafar, AAR Hosseinabadi, M Kardgar, ...
Annals of Operations Research 229 (1), 743-758, 2015
172015
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